At a hotly contested Hillman-Virginia A&M game, Ron accepts a sucker bet from three white A&M students, then gets into a fight with them when one of them starts to spray a racial epithet on his car ...
During the first season, Whitley's roommate and protégée Millie was written out of the series as actress Marie-Alice Recasner was planning to have a child. Producers also wanted Whitley to have a roommate/confidante who was more of a strong willed and independent contrast, resulting in the creation of Kim. See more »
Throughout the course of the series, Whitley's talents go back and forth between being an accomplished singer/dancer and having little to no singing/dancing skills at all. See more »
[Ron and Dwayne are dressed as women to hide from cocaine dealers that are chasing them]
You look ridiculous.
Dwayne Cleophus Wayne:
Well, nobody's gonna mistake you for Miss America.
I'm talking about you lipstick it clashes with your blouse.
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I wish the second season would hurry up and come out. I loved the Special Feature when all of the cast talked about how the show improved. Even when the show was a little goofier, who didn't think Lisa Bonet looked adorable in her pig snout. I started a petition to get the second season out there. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE do it. I like to watch people that are my age get to experience the college life, going to an HBCU, pledging, loving, befriending, and just hanging out. I wanted to go to an HBCU as soon as I saw "A Different World" and I actually created my book, Change for a Twenty, around the college crowd. I just think it's so commendable when black people can be on a show without a bunch of stereotypes. It gave other young people someone to model their character on.
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